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Islamic History Culture MCQs Solved 2015-16

i- Arabia is a largest tract of country in the——- of Asia.
a-South East
b-South West
c-North East
d-None of these

ii- is called in Arab tradition “Year of the elephant”
a- 650A.C
b- 560AC
c- 570AC
d- None of these

iii-ANSAR means
a- defender
b- helper
c- rular
d- None of these

iv-The ninth year of the Hijra is known in Muslim history as the
a- Year of elephant
b- year of deputations
c- year of embassies
d- None of these

v-In 14 Hijri/635 AD laid the foundation of Basra
a-Hazrat Umar
b- Khalid bin Walid
c-Uthban bin Ghazwan
d-None of these

vi-Hazrar Usman was assassinated in the month of
d-None of these

vii-Hazrat Khalid bin walid belonged to the tribe of
d-None of these

viii- The city of FUSTAT was founded by
a- Amr bin Al-As
b- Hazrat Umar bin Khattab
c- Hazrat Khalid bin Walid
d- None of these

ix-KHARAJ is
a-poor tax
b-land tax
c-poll tax
d-None of these

x- was the first caliph, who addicated the caliphate
a-Hazrat Ali
b-Hazrat Hassan
c-Hazrat Hussain
d- None of these

xi- The tomb of Hazrat Abu Ayub Ansari is situated at
d-None of these

xii-The first capital of Abbasid Caliphate was
a- Al-Hashmiyah
b- Samrah
c- Baghdad
d- None of these

xiii-Ibne-e-Kahldun was a famous historian of century
d-None of these

xiv- DIWAN AL HISBAH was instituted by
c-Harun (Not sure)
d-None of these

xv- IDRISI was a famous
d- None of these

xvi-SIYASAT NAMA was written by
d- None of these (Nizam al-Mulk)

xvii-Tulunid Dynasty was founded by Ahmad ibn Tulun in
d- None of these (Egypt)

xviii- the capture of Baghdad by Halaku Khan took place in the year
d- None of these

xix- Constantinople fell into the hands of the Muslims in
b- None of these

xx-With the Othman empire reached its zenith of glory and prestige
b-Muhammad II
c-Salim I
d- None of these

i- When Muslims invade the Spain was the ruler of the country?
d- None of these

ii- was the Gothic capital
a- Cordava
b- Toledo
c- Garnada
d- None of these

iii- During muslim rule was the capital of Spain
a- Cordava
b- Toledo
c- Garnada
d- None of these

iv- was the first Muslim governor of Spain
a- Turaif
b- Tariq bin ziyad
c- Abdul Aziz
d- None of these

v-Abdul Rehman al dakhil died in 173 AH after the reign of years
d-None of these( Almost 32 Years)

vi- Hisham bin Abdur Rehman introduce doctrine in spain
a- Hanafi
d-None of these( Maliki)

vii- The beautiful palace of built by al-Nasir
a-Al zuhra
b-Al hambra
c-Al qurtaba
d-None of these

viii- al Mahdi was the first caliph of the fatimids
a- Ubaidullah
b- Abdullah
c- Muhammad
d- None of these

ix- Battale of ZALAQA was fought between Alfanso VI and
a-Hajib Almansur
b-Yousaf bin Tashfeen
c-Tariq bin Ziyad
d-None of these

x- “Moors in Spain” was written by
a- J.J Saunders
c-Lane pole
d- None of these

xi- Abdur Rehman al nasir assumed the title of Ameer ul Mominin
a-713 AH
b-317 AH
c-300 AH
d-None of these

xii-The greatest muslim art in which they have achieved incomparable success is
a- Painting
b- Architeture
c- Calligraphy (interesting one)
d- None of these

xiii- Al KAMIL FIT TARIKH was written by
c-Ibn ul Athir
d-None of these

xiv- GIBRALTER is named after
a-Musa bin Nusair
b-Al Turaif
c-Uqba bin Nafay
d-None of these ( Tariq)

xv- Garnada Fell in
a-1429 AC
b-1492 AC
c-1592 AC
d- None of these

xvi-Ibn e Rushd was a distinguished
d- None of these

xvii-R DOZY is the author of
a-Islam in History
b-The spirit of Islam
c-IThe Spanish islam
d- None of these (Egypt)

xviii- MUWALLEDUN were
a-Spanish neo muslim
b-African slave
c-Arab soldier
d- None of these

xix- Iberian Peninsula is a part of
b- None of these

xx-THE PREACHING OF ISLAM is written by
a-Ameer Ali
b-Arberry A.J
c-Arnold T.W
d- None of these

1.The Holy Quran was first compiled during the caliphate of Hazrat———:

a)Muhammad (PBUH)
b)Abu Bakar Siddique(R.A)
c) Uthman (R.A)
d)none of these

  1. Hazrat Umer was Caliph for—————:
    a) 2 years
    b) 4 years
    c) 10 years
    d) none of these

3.The orthodox caliphate lasted for———- :

  1. a) 26 years
    b) 29 years 
    c) 32 years
    d)none of these

4.Hazrat Ali was martyred in the year———:

  1. a) 650 AD
    b) 656 AD
    c) 661 AD 
    d)none of these

5.The Umayyad Dynasty was put to an end in the year———-:

a)660 AD
b)750 AD 
c)770 AD
d)None of these

6.The Abbasid Dynasty ruled for just over———:

a)five centuries 
b)two centuries
c)three centuries
d)none of these

7.The Islamic calendar(hijra) started in the year———–:

a)622 AD 
b)620 AD
c)621 AD
d)none of these

8.The famous Al-Muwatta was written by:

a)Imam Malik 
b)Imam Abu Hanifa
c)Imam Muslim
d)Imam Hanbal

9.The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) migrated to Madina in————-:

  1. a) 615 AD
    b) 622 AD
    c) 625 AD
    d)none of these

10.The last Umayyad ruler at Damascus was——–:

a)Marwan II 
b)Abdul Aziz
c) Abdul Rahman
d) none of these

11.The founder of Umayyad Dynasty was———:

b)Abd al Malik
c)Muawiyah I
d) none of these

12.Baybars, the Mamluke Sultan of Egypt, took———-to install him as Abbasid caliph in Cairo on the year 1261 AD:

  1. a) Al-Mustansir
    b) Al-Hakim
    c) Al-Mustakfi-I
    d)None of these

13.The founder of Umayyad Dynasty in Spain was——-:

a)Khalid bin Walid
b)Moosa bin Nysair
c)Abdur Rahman I d)None of these

14.The Ottoman Sultan Salim took——from cairo to Istanbul to install him as Caliph:

  1. a) Al-Mutawakkil III
    b) Al-Qa’im
    c) Al-Mustamsik
    d)None of these
  2. Under which Caliph, Sindh was invaded by Muhammad bin Qasim in 711 AD?
  3. a) Muawiyah
    b) Al-Walid Ic) Abdul Malik

d)None of these

16.When did the Ottomans cross into Europe:

  1. a) 1357 AD
    b) 1520 AD
    c) 1550 AD
    d)None of these

17.When was Hungary brought under Ottoman rule?

  1. a) 1521 AD
    b) 1526 AD
    c) 1530 AD
    d)None of these

18.Kamal Attaturk ended the Ottoman Caliphate and deposed Abdul Majid II in—–

  1. a) 1920
    b) 1922
    c) 1924
    d)none of these
  2. Which Ottoman Ruler took the Abbasid Caliphate to Istanbul?
  3. a) Sulaiman I
    b) Salim I
    c) Al-Mustansar
    d)None of these
  4. The Ottoman Empire lasted for over———-
  5. a) Five Centuries
    b) Six Centuries
    c) Seven Centuries
    d)None of these

1.Spain was invaded in 711 AD by ———:

  1. a) Tariq bin Ziyad 
    b) Abd al Rahman I
    c) Khalid bin Walid
    d)none of these
  2. The al-Qairawan in North Africa was founded in 670 AD by—————:
    a) Musa bin Nusayr
    b) Suleman I
    c) Uqbah
    d) none of these

3.The conquests of Hujjaj in the East matched the Western conquests by ———- :

a Musa bin Nusayr 
b) Tariq bin Ziyad
c) al-Mutawakkil
d)none of these

4.Abdul Aziz married Egilona, the widow of king Roderick, and named her ———:

  1. a) Umm-Asim
    b) Umm-Kulsum
    c) Umm-Hani
    d)none of these

5.The Umayyad Dynasty was put to an end in the year———-:

a)661 AD
b)750 AD 
c)770 AD
d)None of these

6.The Abbasid Dynasty ruled for just over———:

  1. a) two centuries
    b) three centuries
    c) five centuries 
    d)none of these

7.Baghdad was put on fire in 1258 AD by ———–

  1. a) The Umayyads
    b) The Mongols
    c) The Ottomans
    d)none of these

8.Musa bin Nusayr was the Governor of———

  1. a) Egypt
    b) Spain
    c) North Africa 
    d) none of these

9.The fugitive Umayyad prince reached Spain in the year ————-:

  1. a) 755 ADb) 750 AD
    c) 760 AD
    d)none of these

10.The last Umayyad ruler in 750 AD was——–:

  1. a) Hisham
    b) Marwan II
    c) Yazid III
    d) none of these

11.The name of the French King who attacked Spain in 777 AD was ———:

  1. a) Roderick
    b) Charlemagne 
    c) Alfonso
    d) none of these

12.Ibn Khuldun is generally known as a——-

  1. a) Mathematician
    b) Astronomer
    c) Historiand) None of these

13.The real founder of Umayyad Dynasty in Spain was——-:

  1. a) Tariq bin Ziyad
    b) Moosa bin Nysair
    c) Abdur Rahman I 
    d) None of these

14.The Arabs invaded Spain in the year——-

  1. a) 711 AD
    b) 750 AD
    c) 756 AD
    d) None of these

15.Which Caliph recalled Musa bin Nusayr to Damascus——-?

  1. a) al Walid-I 
    b) Abdul Aziz
    c) Abdul Malik
    d)None of these
  2. Who punished Musa bin Nusayr for invading Spain———?
  3. a) Sulaiman
    b) Abdul Aziz
    c) Amr Thaqafi
    d)None of these

17.After ruling over Spain for one year who refused to give turn to the Yamanites?

  1. a) Abdur Rahman-II
    b) al-Hakam
    c) Abdur Rahman al-Fehri
    d) None of these

18.The new capital established by Abbasid in 835 AD is called —–

  1. a) al-Mansurahi think
    b) Samarra
    c) Kufa/Basra
    d) none of these
  2. Abdur Rahman-II of Spain went out to receive a minstrel called——–
  3. a) Khalid
    b) Ziryabnot sure
    c) Walid
    d) None of these

20.Cordova and Baghdad served to the West as main centres for————

  1. a) Rivalry
    b) Treasures
    c) Learning
    d) None of these


Indo Pak History MCQs Solved 2015-16


  1. Compulsory question.
    (a). Fill in the blanks.

The Quaid-e-Azam:

  1. Became the member of the All India Muslim League in…….
    Ans. 1913.
  2. Became the President of the Muslim League for the first time in…….
    Ans. 1916.

iii. Resigned from the Legislative Assembly of India in protest against…….
Ans. Rawalt Act.

  1. Asked to observe the “Deliverance Day” in…….
    Ans. 1939.

(b). Identify the following in two to three sentences.

  1. Bal Gangadhar Tilak:

Ans. Bal Gangadhar Tilak (1856-1920) was an Indian Nationalist Leader. He was a great Sanskrit scholar and astronomer. He was a journalist in Pune and his newspaper in Merathi language “Kesari” served a lot to India to get freedom from British rule.

  1. The Agha Khan:

Ans. Agha Khan is the title of spiritual leader of a sect within the Ismaili branch of Islam, which was formed in 1094. Agha Khan III Sir Sultan Shah, was one of the founders of the Muslim League in 1906. The present Agha Khan IV, Prince Karim Agha Khan is the 49th hereditary Imam.

iii. Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk:

Ans. Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk was the immediate successor of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan. He remained secretary of MAO College, Aligarh. He organized the Urdu Defense Association in 1900.

  1. Lord Hume:

Ans. Lord Hume a retired English Civil Servant founded Indian National Congress in 1885.

(c). Who wrote the following books:

  1. Jinnah of Pakistan.
    Ans. Stanly.
  2. Five Thousand Years of Pakistan.
    Ans. R.E.M

iii. Pakistan: The Formative Phase.
Ans. K. B. Saeed.

  1. Constitutional Development in Pakistan.
    Ans. G. W. Chaudry.

(d). Given below are certain statements. Please answer in True of False.

  1. The Government of Indian Act 1919 gave the right to separate electorate to the Muslim in India.
    Ans. False.
  2. 1988 Elections in Pakistan were held on the basis of separate electorates.
    Ans. True.

iii. Quaid-e-Azam’s Fourteen Points were formulated in answer to the Nehru Report.
Ans. True.

  1. The Nehru Report was named Jawaharlal Nehru.
    Ans. False.

(e). Please state.

  1. The name of one Muslim member who took part in writing the Nehru Report.
    Ans. Shoaib Qureshi.
  2. The year when the Quaid-e-Azam decided that the Muslim League would join the Interim Government in India.
    Ans. 1946.

iii. The name of the non-Muslim member who became a minister in the Interim Government on Muslim League’s behalf.
Ans. J. N. Mandal.

  1. The name of a person who has been the Governor General as well as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. 
    Ans. Khawaja Nazim-ud-Din.

(a). Fill in the blanks.

  1. The Civil Disobedience Movement was started on……..
    Ans. 12 March 1930.
  2. The Objectives Resolution was accepted by the Constituent Assembly on…….
    Ans. 12 March 1949.

iii. Round Table Conferences were held in London from…………..
Ans. 1930 to 1932.

  1. Allama Iqbal was chosen President of Muslim League in……..
    Ans. 1930.
  2. Mr. Cripps Visited India in………to meet the political leaders.
    Ans. 1942.
  3. The year of 1956 will be remembered in Pakistani history because in that year Pakistan became………
    Ans. Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

vii. ……….was the last Governor General of Pakistan.
Ans. Sikandar Mirza.

(b). Write the correct answers.

  1. Zill-e-Elahi means:
    Ans. Shadow of Allah.
  2. Jalianwala Bagh firing took place at:
    Ans. Amritsar.

iii. The Swadeshi movement means:
Ans. Bycotting British of foreign goods and the use of local goods.

  1. The Battle of Plasey took place in:
    Ans. 1775.
  2. When the Congress rule same to an end in 1939 the Muslims observed a “Day of Deliverance” on:
    Ans. 20th December 1939.

(c). Match List B.

LIST A…………………….LIST B

  1. Lord Rippon…….. a. Local Self Government.
    2. Lord Dalhousie…. b. Doctrine of lapse.
    3. Lord Curzon…….. c. Partition of Bengal.
    4. Lord Bentinck…… d. Abolition of Suettee.

(d). Arrange the following in chronological order.

  1. First Sikh War.
    ii. First Afghan War.
    iii. First Burmese War.
    iv. First World War.

i. First Burmese War.
ii. First Sikh War.
iii. First Afghan War.
iv. First World War.

  1. Fill in the Blanks.
  2. Arya Samaj was founded by………
    Ans. Swami Dayanand.
  3. Battle of Buxar was fought in the year……..
    Ans. October 1764.

iii. The Indus Water Basin Treaty was signed in the year……..
Ans. 19th September 1960 at Karachi.

  1. Anjuman-e-Himayat-e-Islam was established in the year…….
    Ans. 1884.
  2. Montague-Chelmsford Reforms were announced in the year……..
    Ans. 1919.
  3. Quaid-e-Azam announced his Fourteen Points in the year……..
    Ans. 1929.

vii. Massacre of Jallianwala Bagh took place in the year ………
Ans. 7th April 1919.

viii. The author of Khutbat-e-Ahmadya is……..
Ans. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.

  1. Islamabad was made capital of Pakistan in the year……..
    Ans. 1959.
  2. Liaquat-Nehru Pact was signed in the year……..
    Ans. 8th April 1950.
  3. The collection of Zakat and Ushr started in the year………
    Ans. 1980.

xii. Ch. Muhammad Ali became Prime Minister of Pakistan in the year……..
Ans. 1955.

xiii. Gandhi was assassinated by………
Ans. Godsay.

xiv. The Third Round Table Conference was held in the year………
Ans. 1932.

  1. Partition of Bengal was annulled in the year………
    Ans. 1911.
  2. (a) Fill in the blanks.
  3. The Brahmo Samkaj was founded by…………..
    Ans. Raja Ram Mohan Rai, 1928.
  4. Mr. Jinnah joined Muslim League in………and left Congress in……..
    Ans. 1913, 1920.

iii. The R.C.D. was brought about in………among………(name countries).
Ans. 1964, (Pakistan, Iran, Turkey).

  1. The first and second Presidents of the First Constituent Assembly of Pakistan were……….and………respectively.
    Ans. M. A. Jinnah, Ch. Muhammad Ali.
  2. PARODA and EDBO were promulgated in ………and. In………respectively.
    Ans. 1949, 1958.
  3. The All Indian Muhammadan Educational Conference was founded in……….
    Ans. 1886.

vii. Tahzeeb-ul-Akhlaq was started in……..
Ans. 1867.

viii. The Queen’s Proclamation was made in………
Ans. 1858.

  1. Hiyat-e-Javeed was written by………
    Ans. Hali.
  2. The Rowaltt Act was passed in……….
    Ans. 1919.
  3. The Home Rule League was founded by………
    Ans. Annie Besant.

xii. The author of “Mission with Mountbattan”………
Ans. Compbell Johnson.

xiii. Siddique Salik wrote………on East Pakistan Tragedy.
Ans. Witness to Surrender.

xiv. L.F.O. was issued by………
Ans. Yahya Khan.

  1. The Federal Shariat Court was established in………
    Ans. 25th June 1980.

British History MCQs Solved 2015-16

(1) Bill of Rights was passed in
(a) 1689
(b) 1693
(c) 1967
(d) None of these

(2) Queen Mary died in
(a) 1962
(b) 1694
(c) 1696
(d) None of these

(3) Queen Anne had
(a) Three children
(b) Nine children
(c) Eighteen children 
(d) None of these

(4):George III reigned England for
(a) 40 years
(b) 50 years
(c) 60 years
(d) None of these

(5) Who developed the Cabinet System in government in England?
(a) Walpole 
(b) Gladston
(c) Palmerston
(d) None of these

(6) The State of Prison was written by
(a) John Lock 
(b) John Howard
(c) John Chancellor
(d) None of these

(7) George IV Ruled England for:
(a) 10 years
(b) 20 years
(c) 30 years
(d) None of these

(8) During the reign of George IV Death Penalty was done with
(a) 60 offences
(b) 80 offences
(c) 100 offences
(d) None of these

(9) The Test Act and Corporation Act were repeated in:
(a) 1826
(b) 1828
(c) 1830
(d) None of these

(10) Who was denied a seat in the parliament after winning election in 1828
(a) Danial O’ Connell
(b) John Hawkins
(c) Robert Smith
(d) None of these

(11) Who was called the “Whig of the Revolutiom”?
(a) George II
(b) George III
(c) George IV
(d) None of these

(12) Pitt the elder resigned from the office in:
(a) 1761
(b) 1771
(c) 1781
(d) None of these

(13) Who was the Prime Minister of England from 1770 –1782?
(a) Lord Asquith
(b) Lord North
(c) Lord Townshend
(d) None of these

(14) “George be a King”. Who said this to George III?
(a) His Mother
(b) His Father
(c) His Wife
(d) None of these

(15) England granted independent parliament to Ireland in
(a) 1762
(b) 1772
(c) 1782
(d) None of these

(16) Population of England in 1815 was
(a) 21 Million
(b) 31 Million
(c) 41 Million
(d) None of these

(17) Sir Humphrey Davy invented the safety lamp in:
(a) 1810
(b) 1815
(c) 1820
(d) None of these

(18) Pitt the younger died at the age of
(a) 27
(b) 37
(c) 47
(d) None of these

(19) Who wrote the book “Reflections on the French Revolution”?
(a) Edmond Burk
(b) Tom Paine
(c) Napoleon
(d) None of these

(20) After the Napoleonic war the National Debt of England has risen to
(a) 800 Million Pounds
(b) 1000 Million Pounds
(c) 1200 Million Pounds

(1) When Chartist Movement came to an end?
(a) 1858
(b) 1862
(c) 1862
(d) None of these

(2) Palmerston died in
(a) 1863
(b) 1865
(c) 1867
(d) None of these

(3) When Disraeli introduced the 2nd reform Bill:
(a) 1866
(b) 1867
(c) 1868
(d) None of these

(4):The Secret Ballot Act was passed during the premiership of:
(a) Gladston
(b) Disraeli
(c) Palmerston
(d) None of these

(5) The Parliament Act o f1911 was passed during the premiership of
(a) Palmerston
(b) Asquith
(c) Lloyd George
(d) None of these

(6) When men above 21 years and women above 30 years were given the right to vote?
(a) 1916
(b) 1918
(c) 1920
(d) None of these

(7) Queen Victoria ascended the throne at the age of
(a) 18 years
(b) 22 years
(c) 26 years
(d) None of these

(8) General Strikes were declared illegal in:
(a) 1923
(b) 1827
(c) 1831
(d) None of these(1926)

(9) Who became the Prime Minister of England in 1923
(a) Chamberlain
(b) Baldwin
(c) Palmerston
(d) None of these

(10) Treaty of Versailles was signed on:
(a) April 28, 1919
(b) May 28, 1919
(c) June 28, 1919
(d) None of these

(11) The Book “Modern England” was written in 1975 by:
(a) Southgate
(b) R. K. Webb
(c) T. S. Ashton
(d) None of these

(12) What was the age of Palmerston when he became the Prime Minister in 1855?
(a) 50 years
(b) 60 years
(c) 70 years
(d) None of these

(13) Protection of property was passed in:
(a) 1865
(b) 1875
(c) 1885
(d) None of these

(14) How many factory laws were passed from 1802 to 1937?
(a) 15
(b) 17
(c) 19
(d) None of these(12)

(15) School leaving age was raised to 15 years in:
(a) 1916
(b) 1926
(c) 1936
(d) None of these

(16) Sir Winston Churchill died at the age of:
(a) 90 years
(b) 95 years
(c) 100 years
(d) None of these

(17) The Bank of England was Nationalized in:
(a) 1936
(b) 1946
(c) 1956
(d) None of these

(18) British Pound was devalued in:
(a) 1948
(b) 1949
(c) 1950
(d) None of these

(19) Macmillan resigned as Prime Minister in:
(a) 1953
(b) 1963
(c) 1973
(d) None of these

(20) In 1988 which new party was born in England?
(a) Social Democrats
(b) Liberal Democrats
(c) Social and Liberal Democrats

European History MCQs Solved 2015-16

(1) In Napolean took the step of becoming Emperor of the French.
(a) 1794 (b) 1801
(c) 1804 (d) None of these
(2) In 1806 Holy Empire was dissolved by
(a) Voltaire (b)Mirabean
(c) Napolean (d)None of these
(3) Napolean was born in
(a) St. Helena (b) Paris
(d) Crosica (d) None of these
(4) On 21 septemper,1792 France becme a
(a) Monarchy (b) Republic
(c) Serfdom (d) None of these
(5) By the treat of Pressburg Austria gave Venice and Tyrol to
(a) Prussia (b) Russia
(c) Hungry (d) None of these
(6) Mirabeau was a politician:
(a) Extremist (b) moderate
(c) radical (d) None of these
(7) In 1833 congress of was held:
(a) Aix La Chapple (b) Verona
(c) Laibech (d) None of these
(8) Triple Alliance was signed in :
(a)1872 (b) 1882
(c) 1892 (d) None of these
(9) Treaty of was signed in 1878:
(a)Berlin (b) Budapest
(c) San Stefano (d) None of these
(10) Foundation of the republic were laid in 1870:
(a) Second (b) Third
(c) Fourth (d) None of these
(11) By the Treaty of Unkiar Skelessi the Dardanelles was closed to the warships of all nation expect :
(a) Turkey (b) Russia
(c) French (d) None of these
(12) In Qudruple Alliance was signed:
(a) 1850 (b) 1860
(c) 1870 (d) None of these
(13) in 1870-1871 war was fought:
(a) Franco-Turkish (b) Franco-Russian
(c) Franco-prussian (d) None of these
(14) Third Coalition of was smashed by Napolean
(a) 1805 (b) 1806
(c) 1807 (d) None of these
(15) Jacobins were also known as :
(a) Red Shirts (b)Hard Nuts
(d) White Bulls (d) None of these
(16) Meternich was a leader:
(a) Modren (b) Enlightened
(d) Conservative (d) Liberal
(17) Magyars wanted to emerge as a separate nation:
(a) Bulgaria (b) Austria
(c) Hungry (d) None of these
(18) Louis Philips became of France in December 1852:
(a) President (b) First Counsel
(c) King (d) None of these
(19) Unoin of South Africa was established in :
(a) 1910 (b) 1909
(c) 1908 (d) None of these
(20) General Gordon was killed in :
(a) Cairo (b) Um Daxman
(c) Khartoum (d) None of these

(1) Britis army surrendered to the Turks at Kut-e-Amara in .
(a) 1918 (b) 1915
(c) 1916 (d) None of these
(2) In 1917 entered the First World War:
(a) USA (b) UK
(c) Italy (d) None of these
(3) Sultan of Turkey Abdul Hameed was succeeded by his younger brother :
(a) Mahmet III (b) Muhammad V
(c) C.Mahmet II (d) None of these
(4) The balkhan League comprised :
(a) Greeks, Serbs, Albanians, Bulgers
(b) Serbs, Bulgers,Bosnians and Albanian
(c) Greeks ,Montenegrans and Bulgers
(d) None of these
(5) TCA stands for .
(6) G.A.T.T. stands for .
(7) was the leader of young Turks:
(a) Mustafa Kamal (b) Asmat Annono
(c) Enver Bay (d) None of these
(8) Operation Vittles pertained to :
(a) Sea movement (b) airlift
(c) land manouvere (d) None of these
(9) The Brussels Treaty was signed in March :
(a)1948 (b) 1956
(c) 1946 (d) None of these
(10) Benelux Group stands for .
(11) The Locarno Pact of 1925 was signed by Great Britian, France Germany Italy and :
(a) Switzerland (b) Denmark
(c) Belgium (d) None of these
(12) The Oung Plan came into existence in :
(a)1919 (b) 1929
(c) 1939 (d) None of these
(13) In 1938 Germany Annexed ;
(a)Austria (b) Hungry
(c) Piedmont (d) None of these
(14) By the Treaty of Rapallo Italy received ;
(a) Dalmatia (b) Vatican
(c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these
(15) Germany occupied Rhineland in :
(a) 1936 (b) 1935
(c) 1934 (d) None of these
(16) Italy declared war against Great Britian and France in v :
(a) 1941 (b) 1933
(c) 1939 (d) None of these
(17) Germany withdrew from the League of Nations in :
(a) 1935 (b) 1933
(c) 1931 (d) None of these
(18) Peace Trety of Neuilly was signed with :
(a) Bulgaria (b) Belgium
(c) Bosnia (d) None of these
(19) Battle of Cape Matapan was fought in ;
(a)1940 (b) 1941
(c) 1942 (d) None of these
(20) The Project of Baghdad Railways was conceived by ;
(a) France (b) Russia
(c) Germany (d) None of these

USA History MCQs Solved 2015-16

(1) James Town was founded in:

(a) 1607
(b) 1609
(c) 1611

(2) Who wrote “The White House Years”?

(a) Monica Lewinsky
(b) Jacky Kennedy
(c) Henry Kissinger

(3) “I have a dream.” Who delivered this oration?

(a) John F. Kennedy
(b) Rev. Martin Luther King
(c) Bill Clinton

(4) The Capital of New York State is:

(a) New York
(b) Syracuse
(c) Albany

(5) Abolitionism was to:

(a) Ban Alcohol
(b) Ban Slavery
(c) Ban Child Labour

(6) Before Civil War the Principal Crop of the South was:

(a) Tobacco
(b) Cotton
(c) Rice

(7) Henry Clay was a:

(a) Musician
(b) Businessman
(c) Sportsman
(d) None of these

(8) US entered the Second World War in:

(a) 1939
(b) 1940
(c) 1941

(9) Gold Rush in California took place in:

(a) 1842
(b) 1849
(c) 1852
(d) None of these

(10) The Civil Right Act was passed in:

(a) 1964
(b) 1965
(c) 1966

(11) Louis Armstrong was a:

(a) Pianist
(b) Drummer
(c) Trumpeter

(12) ‘Four Freedoms’ were announced by:

(a) Truman
(b) Wilson
(c) FDR

(13) Affirmative Action policy is to help:

(a) Whites
(b) Blacks
(c) Women
(d) None of these

(14) Rockefellers made their fortune in:

(a) Oil
(b) Steel
(c) Railroads

(15) The Liberty Bell is located in:

(a) Washington D.C.
(b) New York
(c) Pennsylvania

(16) Which state was known as Lone Star Republic?

(a) California
(b) Texas
(c) Ore gone

(17) MORMONS are settled in:

(a) Nevada
(b) Utah
(c) New Mexico

(18) BABE RUTH was a:

(a) Priest
(b) Political Agitator
(c) Player

(19) The total number of British colonies in North America was:

(a) 11
(b) 13
(c) 15

(20) The Declaration of Independence was written by:

(a) George Washington
(b) Thomas Jefferson
(c) John Adams

(1) Virgin Island were purchased from:

(a) Spain
(b) Denmark
(c) Portugal

(2) Rhode Island was _________ state to enter original 13 States which joined the Union.

(a) First
(b) Last
(c) Penultimate

(3) Philippine Islands were acquired by US in _________.

(a) 1909
(b) 1799
(c) 1899

(4) Puerto Rico ceded to US by _________.

(a) Spain
(b) Denmark
(c) Russia

(5) John Adams was _________ US President.

(a) Third
(b) Eleventh
(c) Twenty Fifth
(d) None of these

(6) Spain financed Westward voyage of Columbus in _________.

(a) 1492
(b) 1482
(c) 1472

(7) The Albany Congress (1754) was attended by delegates of _________ colonies.

(a) Thirteen
(b) Seven
(c) Eleven

(8) The Boston Massacre took place in _________

(a) 1763
(b) 1770
(c) 1773

(9) Oregon was acquired in _________.

(a) 1812
(b) 1839
(c) 1846

(10) The Gadsen purchase of 50,000 square mile of land was primarily for the construction of _________.

(a) University Town
(b) Railways
(c) Canals

(11) Black birding is _________.

(a) Seven
(b) Eight
(c) Nine

(12) Black birding is _________.

(a) Legal importation of slaves
(b) Illegal importance of slaves
(c) Legal hunt of birds

(13) Congress of US consists of _________.

(a) Senate, House of Lords
(b) Senate and President
(c) House of Representative & President
(d) None of these

(14) Article 1 of US constitution says, “No person can be a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of _________ years and _________ years a citizen of the US”:

(a) Twenty Five and 10 years
(b) Thirteen and 07 years
(c) Twenty Five and 07 years

(15) First _________ amendments were passed by the congress on September 25, 1789.

(a) Ten
(b) Fourteen
(c) Four

(16) KKK stands for Ku-Klux Klan

(17) Delaware State is nicknamed _________ state.

(a) Donkey
(b) Dog
(c) Diamond

(18) Era of Good Feeling was during the presidency of _________.

(a) George Washington
(b) James Monroe
(c) Franklin D. Roosevelt

(19) The slogan of ‘Fair Deal’ was given by _________.

(a) President Truman
(b) President Nixon
(c) President Andrew Jackson.

(20) _________ is known as father of the constitution:

(a) George Washington
(b) Samuel Adams
(c) James Madison

(1) Columbus discovered the New World in:

(a) 1096
(b) 1295
(c) 1492
(d) 1493

(2) Jamestown was founded in:

(a) 1607
(b) 1616
(c) 1919
(d) 1628

(3) In 1602:

(a) Pope Draw’s demarcation line
(b) Harvard College is established
(c) Hudson explores Hudson River
(d) Pilgrims land at Plymouth
(e) None of these

(4) George Washington became president in:

(a) 1781
(b) 1789
(c) 1801
(d) 1804

(5) Thomas Jefferson was the ________ president of America.

(a) First
(b) Second
(c) Third
(d) Fifth

(6) The 1783 treaty of Paris that defined original border of the United States was with:

(a) France
(b) Portugal
(c) Spain
(d) Great Britain

(7) The Louisiana purchase completed in 1803 was negotiated by:

(a) George Washington
(b) James Madison
(c) Robert Livingston
(d) Martin Van Buren

(8) The treaty of 1819 with Spain, that resulted in Spain’s cession of East Florida, Sabine Free State and surrender of Spain’s claim to Oregon State was called the:

(a) Rush-Bagot Agreement
(b) Adams-Onis Treaty
(c) Missouri Compromise
(d) Panama Congress

(9) Virgin Islands were purchased from:

(a) Spain
(b) Denmark
(c) Portugal
(d) Great Britain
(e) None of these

(10) The Virgin Islands were bought for US $:

(a) 25
(b) 250
(c) 2500
(d) 25000
(e) None of these

(11) Which American president was elected for two non-consecutive terms:

(a) Chester A. Arthur
(b) Benjamin Harrison
(c) Grover Cleveland
(d) Woodrow Wilson

(12) Jimmy Carter was the President of the USA from:

(a) 1969-1974
(b) 1974-1977
(c) 1977-1981
(d) 1981-1989

(13) Give the correct order of the states’ entry into the Union:

(a) Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia
(b) Massachusetts, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland
(c) Maryland, Georgia, New Jersey, Texas
(d) New Hampshire, Virginia, Massachusetts, Georgia

(14) Which joined the Union after Alaska:

(a) Arizona
(b) Oklahoma
(c) Utah
(d) Hawaii

(15) The BAY of PIGS invasion of Cuba happened during the Presidency of:

(a) Dwight D. Eisenhower
(b) Lyndon B. Johnson
(c) Richard Nixon
(d) John F. Kennedy

(16) The Declaration of Independence was formally adopted on:

(a) July 2, 1775
(b) July 4, 1776
(c) August 8, 1777

(17) The constitution of the United States of America was adopted in the period:

(a) 1681-1682
(b) 1764-1765
(c) 1787-1788

(18) In the amendments to the constitution of the USA freedom of religion, speech and the press and right to assembly are protected by:

(a) First Amendment
(b) Second Amendment
(c) Third Amendment
(d) Fifth Amendment

(19) The National security of the USA is a document prepared by the:

(a) Executive Branch
(b) House of Representative
(c) Senate
(d) Brookings institute

(20) “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed,” is the:

(a) First amendment
(b) Second amendment
(c) Sixth amendment

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